FL Shanythia Mashelle Greene (17) - Pompano Beach FL, 1993

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    Missing Since: August 26, 1993 from Pompano Beach, Florida
    Classification: Endangered Missing
    Date Of Birth: September 30, 1975
    Age: 17 years old
    Height and Weight: 6'1 - 6'2, 190 - 200 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: African-American female. Black hair, brown eyes. Greene's upper right front tooth is gold and engraved with the letter "G." She has a small white skin discoloration on her lower right leg. Greene's ears are pierced. Her nickname is Nikki. Greene may use the alias Toquerta C. Montgomery.

    Details of Disappearance

    Greene was last seen at her family's residence in the 1600 block of North Cypress Road in Pompano Beach, Florida on August 26, 1993. She left at 5:00 a.m. to take her boyfriend to work. At 8:00 a.m., her mother got up and assumed Greene was in her bedroom. Her bedroom door was closed and her car was parked in the driveway of the residence. Investigators believe Greene may have left her home at 8:30 a.m. She was last seen white shorts and brown sandals.

    Greene's vehicle, a white 1992 Pontiac LeMans, was discovered locked and abandoned in the parking lot of the Days Inn motel in the 1400 block of Northwest 31st Avenue in Pompano Beach on August 29, three days later. Her purse was under the front seat, but there was no other sign of her at the scene. Police found some fake identification for Greene in the name "Toquerta C. Montgomery" inside her purse. She may have been seen talking to an African-American male at that location. The man was driving an eighteen-wheeler truck with a blue cab and New Jersey license plates. He has never been identified. Greene has never been heard from again.

    Greene's mother came home from work at 10:00 p.m. and her daughter was not there. She was not concerned; she thought Greene was with her boyfriend. She went to bed and woke up at 3:00 a.m. and realized Greene had still not come home. Her curfew was at 1:30 a.m. Greene's family waited the rest of the day for her to come home, and reported her missing early in the morning two days after her disappearance. None of her clothes were missing, she did not pick up her paycheck from work, and there has been no activity on her bank account since her disappearance.

    Investigators received a possible tip concerning Greene's case in April 1995. The individual claimed that he was told a body was buried in the yard of a residence in the 2800 block of northwest Fourth Street in Pompano Beach. Authorities searched the area but failed to find any evidence.

    Greene's case remains unsolved. She is a graduate of Ely High School and at the time of her disappearance, she had a part-time job as a cashier at K-Mart. Her mother suspects Greene may have come to harm at the hands of two people known to her, but no one has been charged in her disappearance or identified as a suspect.


    Investigating Agency

    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Pompano Beach Police Department
    954-786-4200

     
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